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Full text of "The manufacture and properties of iron and steel"

AUSTKIA-HUNaARY.
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situation of Austria does not facilitate international trade, especially as Russia has a decided protective tariff system. For this reason the Austrian industry is not specialized and cannot tend toward a heavy
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production of one line of work, but toward a diversified output, and for,this reason also the basic open-hearth is becoming the general method of manufacture. A considerable amount is made by the basic Bessemer, but very little by the acid open-hearth, while during January, 1901, there was blown what will probably be the last